Thursday, October 18, 2012

sedona plein air schedule

Here is another western sky.


I am in Sedona checking out the scene before the event.
Here is the schedule of the week's events.
Please drop by if you can.

October 20 1:00 Main Street Paint Out –Sales area will be one block from the Sedona Arts Center on 89A.
5:30 – 7:30 Reception in the SEG.
There will be a plein air show of  the artists' work throughout the week.

October 21, 22, 23, 24 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday -  painting freely in the landscape.
Wednesday 7:00 pm Keynote presentation Kathryn Stats – “Its Only Paint”
Wine reception following.

October 25, Thursday   9:00 – 1:00pm Historic ‘Quick Paint’ at Sedona Heritage Museum – Arizona is celebrating its Centennial this year so the theme and location of this Paint Out on Jordan Road will include period Still-Life, Models in period costume, Horse and Buggy and Old Barn. Artists will engage in a quick draw event at the location from 10 – 12, sale following immediately! 
This is a scary one for me!

October 26, Friday – paintings to SEG 4 – 6 pm

October 27, Saturday – 10 – 4pm Galleries Open
Noon – 4 pm Wine Tasting provided by local wineries.
4 – 5:30 Live Auction -
5:30 – 7:30 Exclusive Patrons and Artists After-Party

Here is a link where you can get more info.

5 comments:

B Boylan said...

Hi Loriann,
Wishing you success in your paint out in Sedona. I had passed through the sleepy town of Sedona way back in 1987 when I was a young bride. The area was very magical and chalk full of artists. I imagine it's changed since then. I'm sure you know that these events can be exhausting, so do take care. Will be watching for updates with baited breath. Have fun and do say "Hi" to my dear friend and participating artist Mike Kowalski if you can.
~B

Liz Steinglass said...

Have a wonderful time! How is the sky out there?

Celeste Bergin said...

Sedona! I am certain you'll do very well....this is a beautiful painting!

Donna T said...

Wow, that's a stunning sky! Have a great time Loriann and just do what you do best: paint what moves you!

Leah Noonan said...

Woohoo for skyscapes by Loriann Signori!!

 
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